Lab_9 - Introduction: The eye accommodates to distance...

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The eye accommodates to distance changes by changing the focal length of the crystalline lens. An eye model can be used to simulate the extreme distances by using two different lenses. Objective: Experiment 1: The variable-Focal-Length Lens – The objective of this experiment is to use a tunable lens to study the function of the eye. Experiment 2: Image of an Object – In this experiment we will be determining the angle of high acuity and the corresponding linear extent on the retina. Experiment 3: Accommodation – The objective of this experiment is to observe the accommodation of the eye. Experiment 4: Hyperopia and Myopia – The objective of this experiment is to observe the accommodation in hyperopia and myopia. Experiment 5: Pupil Size – The objective of this determine the object distance range for which the image can remain focused. Experiment 6: Astigmatism – In this experiment we will be observing the properties of astigmatism. Experiment 7: Cataract Operation – The objective of this experiment is to simulate the cataract
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